ZTE Unveils Dual-Screen Axon M Smartphone In The US

ZTE Unveils Dual-Screen Axon M Smartphone In The US

ZTE Unveils Dual-Screen Axon M Smartphone In The US

by October 20, 2017


After the thin bezel screens, dual screen phones are considered as the next big step in the phone evolution. Beating the tech giants, it is the lesser-known ZTE that introduced first of its kind Axon M smartphone. The phone has not one but two 5.2-inch Full HD screens.

The phone looks regular from the from the front. Until you turn it around to release that it sports another display on the back. Just like how you open a book, you can open this phone to merge these two screens. ZTE has integrated the software bits to make apps and videos work in extended screen mode. Fold the device again and it is ready to slip in your pocket.

The phone supports four different modes:

Dual Mode
With Dual mode, you can watch your favorite video on one screen, while ordering a pizza online on the other.

Mirror Mode
Sit across from your friends and watch the same content on one device. Simply fold the device in Mirror mode and place it on a table for easy viewing from two separate sides.

Traditional Mode
When you aren’t watching sports, catching up on your favorite shows, or surfing the web, Traditional mode gives you a great everyday smartphone that’s easy to use and hold in one hand.

Extended Mode
As mentioned earlier, it mode allows you to watch content on an extended large screen.

To power two Full HD screens, Axon M relies on Snapdragon 821 SoC (System on Chip). It has 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. There’s a microSD card slot for storage expansion. The phone comes with a 20 MP camera. ZTE has retained a 3.5 mm audio jack. The phone also features on-board stereo speakers. It is a 4G VoLTE smartphone that runs Android Nougat. The phone packs in a 3180 mAh battery, which has the task of powering up two screens.

The ZTE Axon M will be available in the United States from next month. The foldable, dual-screen smartphone will also be available to customers in China, Europe, and Japan most probably before the year-end.